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    If Tannehill had this Receiving Core what would our record be??

    Same exact team but replace Bess, Hartline and Fasano with the Falcons group of Julio Jones, Roddy White and Tony Gonzalez?

    I think we would have won these games
    Jets - L 20-23 would had one this game if carpenter makes the FG so I'd say we would score more than 20 points and would have won this one

    Cardinals - L 21-24 almost won this one too but lost because of missed FG. I'd say we would win this one easily with these players

    Colts - Lost 23-20, think we beat them with these players

    Buffalo - lost 14-19 think we score more than 14 points against the bills and win

    Patriots - lost 23-16, think we score more than 23 points - think we're better than the patriots with these added players and we win assuming the D holds the pats to 23 points

    I think we would have won the games that we did win so that puts us at what 10-3? I think we lose to the texans, the Titans was just an overall bad game which happens so i'm assuming we have a bad day that day so i count it as a loss, and I think the niners could win the SB so I kept that loss. Point, give Tannehill 3 TRUE PLAYMAKERS on offense we're a contender.
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    Hard to argue with that although imagine what Russell Wilson, Luck or RGIII could do with those weapons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdmond View Post
    Hard to argue with that although imagine what Russell Wilson, Luck or RGIII could do with those
    weapons.
    Luck has Wayne, HOFmer Avery and Fleener Wayne is right there with white and jones and I'd take Fleener over a 35 year old Gonzalez so what is lucks record with his group 9-4? They'd be about the same with Atlanta's group
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjizzim View Post
    Luck has Wayne, HOFmer Avery and Fleener Wayne is right there with white and jones and I'd take Fleener over a 35 year old Gonzalez so what is lucks record with his group 9-4? They'd be about the same with Atlanta's group

    Or Wilson with the Seahawks.

    M. Lynch, Golden Tate, Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin, Zach Miller
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRojas4 View Post
    Or Wilson with the Seahawks.

    M. Lynch, Golden Tate, Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin, Zach Miller
    Up until this season Tate and Rice have been huge disappointments. I wonder why they have improved. Could it be that their QB is a playmaker unlike ours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdmond View Post
    Up until this season Tate and Rice have been huge disappointments. I wonder why they have improved. Could it be that their QB is a playmaker unlike ours?
    Tate, yes. But Rice??? He was all world when he had Favre throwing to him. His problem has been injuries. And if you look at the numbers, most starting rookie qb's have an average qb rating of 70-75. We have a rookie qb who only started 19 games in college. Whereas the others had significantly more starts and were lucky enough to have some solid weapons on the teams they were drafted on. I would also say that everyone of those teams has better O-lines than what we have. And with the exception of maybe Cleveland, all have better running games. You can bring up Brian Hartline and Bess all you want. Hartline's best season prior to this year was in 2010 when he had 615 receiving yards. Bess's best season was also in 2010 when he had 820 receiving yards. Both of these players are having career years. Don't you think some of that has to do with our qb? The fact of the matter is, we have a ****ty o-line, with WR's that can't get any separation. It's extremely difficult to make plays when you are always throwing threw very tight windows. Every other rookie qb has wr's that can get open consistently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdmond View Post
    Up until this season Tate and Rice have been huge disappointments. I wonder why they have improved. Could it be that their QB is a playmaker unlike ours?
    Maybe it was Rice being injured for basically all of last year. And Tate finally learning the offense? Just a though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdmond View Post
    Up until this season Tate and Rice have been huge disappointments. I wonder why they have improved. Could it be that their QB is a playmaker unlike ours?
    give me a disappointment like Rice was in 2009 with 1,312 yards and 8tds
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    You can have Tannehill and your choice of any all-pro receivers you like

    I'll take either Manning or Brady or Rodgers and your choice of any receivers you think suck (ours if you like)

    Mine will beat yours every time

    BTW I'm not against Tannehill, it's just where he stands currently. He could still become very good in time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Phibes View Post
    You can have Tannehill and your choice of any all-pro receivers you like

    I'll take either Manning or Brady or Rodgers and your choice of any receivers you think suck (ours if you like)

    Mine will beat yours every time

    BTW I'm not against Tannehill, it's just where he stands currently. He could still become very good in time
    So you're saying with Brady on this team same offense same players we're 10-3? Brady's great but I don't see that happening
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